notes.ini Reference - by category

All notes.ini entries sorted by categories
  • CorePart (14 Entries)
    In this section you can find the core parts.

  • Server Configuration (401 Entries)

  • Security (9 Entries)
    All ini keys which will affect the security can be found in this section.

  • Communication Ports (64 Entries)
    Communication Ports

  • Router (91 Entries)
    The Domino mail router (the Router) is a server task which is responsible for the delivery and transfer of the messages in the MAIL.BOX. All keys which will affect the router can be found in this section.

  • Calendaring and Scheduling (31 Entries)
    All ini keys which will affect calendaring and scheduling can be found in this section.

  • Setup and Configuration (923 Entries)
    Setup and Configuration

  • SMTP Configuration (37 Entries)
    The Domino SMTP service, or SMTP Server task, runs the SMTP listener, which checks for incoming SMTP connections and messages. SMTP messages can originate from any Internet host or another Domino Server in your domain. All ini keys which will affect SMTP can be found in this section.

  • Time and Date Settings (12 Entries)
    All ini keys which will affect the time and date settigns can be found in this section.

  • Agent Manager (15 Entries)
    The Agent Manager runs agents on one or more databases. All ini keys which will affect LDAP can be found in this section.

  • Clustering (17 Entries)
    Here you can find all keys for a Domino cluster. A Domino cluster is a group of two or more servers that provides users with constant access to data, balances the workload between servers, improves server performance, and maintains performance when you increase the size of your enterprise.

  • Logging (29 Entries)

  • Fault Recovery (20 Entries)
    The fault recovery handle automatically server crashes. When the server crashes, it shuts itself down and then restarts automatically, without any administrator intervention. All ini keys which will affect fault recovery can be found in this section.

  • Transaction Logging (15 Entries)
    Transaction logging captures all the changes made to a database and writes them to a transaction log. The logged transactions are then written to disk in a batch, either  when resources are available or when scheduled. All keys which belong to Transaction logging can be found here.

  • Indexing (52 Entries)
    A index is an internal filing system that is uses to build the list of documents to display in a database view or folder. All ini keys which will affect indexes can be found in this section.

  • Statistics and Events Configuration (10 Entries)
    Statistics and Events Configuration

  • HTTP Configuration (210 Entries)
    In this section you can find all ini keys which will affect the Lotus Domino Webserver engine (http).

  • Directory Catalog (1 Entries)
    A directory catalog is an optional directory database that typically contains information aggregated from multiple Domino Directories. Clients and servers can use a directory catalog to look up mail addresses and other information about the people, groups, mail-in databases, and resources throughout an organization, regardless of the number of Domino domains and Domino Directories the organization uses. All ini keys which will affect directory catalog can be found in this section.

  • LDAP Configuration (27 Entries)
    LDAP, Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, is a standard Internet protocol for searching and managing entries in a directory, where an entry has one or more attributes associated with a distinguished name. All ini keys which will affect LDAP can be found in this section.

  • LEI (9 Entries)
    Lotus Enterprise Integration (EI) enhances your Domino applications with access to external data—through real-time, scripting, and scheduled or event-driven activities—using connectors that access leading external systems and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solutions.

  • ID Vault (17 Entries)
    The Notes ID vault is an optional, server-based application that holds protected copies of Notes user IDs. An ID vault allows administrators and users to easily manage Notes user IDs, reducing user downtime and help desk costs. Users are assigned to a vault through policy configuration, and copies of user IDs are uploaded to a vault automatically once the policy has taken effect.

  • Lotus Notes Traveler (138 Entries)
    IBM Lotus Notes Traveler software is a push email offering providing quick access to email (including attachments), calendar, address book, journal and to-do list for Lotus Notes mobile users. Imagine how this software could help your mobile workers respond to the needs of your business more quickly, while continuing to leverage your existing investment in Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino software.

  • DAOS (16 Entries)
    The IBM® Lotus® Domino® attachment and object service (DAOS) in release 8.5 reduces the total cost of ownership and helps customers with green computing practices by storing all file attachments in a separate repository on the server and retrieving them by reference. In databases that use DAOS, Lotus Domino no longer saves a separate and complete copy of every document attachment. Instead, the server saves a reference to each attached file in an internal repository, and it refers to the same file from multiple documents in one or more databases on the same server. When an attached file is large and a message containing it is broadcast to thousands of users, creating a separate copy of the message for each recipient could require several gigabytes of disk space. Multiple copies of the same attachment often also proliferated in mail threads with multiple replies. With DAOS enabled, disk space usage is substantially reduced.

  • DAMO (8 Entries)
    All settings for Lotus Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook (DAMO).

  • 3rd Party - Symantec (32 Entries)

  • 3rd Party - Trendmicro (19 Entries)

  • 3rd Party - McAfee (13 Entries)

  • 3rd Party - Other (121 Entries)

  • DB2 (20 Entries)

  • Debug (172 Entries)
    Before enabling any debug parameters, it is imperative that you discuss them with IBM Support beforehand. There may be issues surrounding their use, or special precautions that must be considered. These debug parameters may require a large amount of disk space, dependent upon when the server encounters problems; the longer the server stays up, the larger the debug files will be. These files can grow large enough to cause disk space shortages.

  • Sametime (31 Entries)
    IBM Lotus Sametime offers integrated, enterprise instant messaging, VoIP, video chats, and Web conferencing capabilities with the security features required for business use.